Fort St John’s Apartment Vacancy Rate sees decrease in 2019

Must Read

RCMP investigating armed robbery in La Glace

La GLACE, A.B. - The Beaverlodge RCMP are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the Fas...

City of Fort St John to rescind 2020 Rate Increases for Water amid COVID-19

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - At a City of Fort St. John Council meeting, on Monday, Council looked at...

Province of Alberta provides COVID-19 update, 1,348 total cases as of Monday

EDMONTON, A.B. - Health officials provided an update, on Monday afternoon, regarding the latest information on the coronavirus in...

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has released its annual report on Apartment Vacancy Rates for 2019.

According to CMHC’s report, from data collected in October 2019, Fort St. John’s Apartment Vacancy Rate is down to 13.5 percent when compared to the vacancy rate of 16.7 percent in October 2018.

In neighbouring cities, such as Dawson Creek, the Apartment Vacancy Rate sits at 17.5 percent, which is up considerably from October 2018 of 9.0 percent.

- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM


Meanwhile, British Columbia’s overall Apartment Vacancy Rate sits at 1.5 percent, which is slightly up from 1.4 percent in October 2018.

This data was gathered from the 2019 Rental Market Survey, which is conducted annually in the fall, collects information on important rental market variables such as vacancy rates and average rents.

Latest Stories from Energeticcity.ca

More Articles Like This